Visa program not enough to save lives of those who helped US troops in Afghanistan, advocates say


Sergeant Warren Sparks, squad leader, Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, and a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is assisted by an interpreter to gather intelligence from a local Afghan during a mission in Helmand province, Afghanistan, May... Read more

Taliban overrun another crucial Afghan district as fighting escalates


With a few families pooling their resources together and cramming together, local residents work... Read more

Pentagon implements China Task Force recommendations to close gap between DOD priorities and policies


Caitlin Doornbos Stars and Stripes Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Wednesday issued a department-wide directive with... Read more

NASA may be the key for lifting supersonic flight restrictions in reducing sonic boom impact over populated areas


Supersonic air travel is back — almost. That’s the latest news you may have... Read more

The ‘Golden Hour’: How the Afghan war brought advances in battlefield medicine


When the last U.S. service member leaves Afghanistan, perhaps by early next month, America's... Read more
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Visa program not enough to save lives of those who helped US troops in Afghanistan, advocates say

Visa program not enough to save lives of those who helped US troops in Afghanistan, advocates say

Sergeant Warren Sparks, squad leader, Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, and a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana,...

Taliban overrun another crucial Afghan district as fighting escalates

Taliban overrun another crucial Afghan district as fighting escalates

With a few families pooling their resources together and cramming together, local residents work quickly to rebuild their homes...

Pentagon implements China Task Force recommendations to close gap between DOD priorities and policies

Pentagon implements China Task Force recommendations to close gap between DOD priorities and policies

Caitlin Doornbos Stars and Stripes Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Wednesday issued a department-wide directive with initiatives meant to close “the...

NASA may be the key for lifting supersonic flight restrictions in reducing sonic boom impact over populated areas

NASA may be the key for lifting supersonic flight restrictions in reducing sonic boom impact over populated areas

Supersonic air travel is back — almost. That’s the latest news you may have heard, anyway.

The ‘Golden Hour’: How the Afghan war brought advances in battlefield medicine

The ‘Golden Hour’: How the Afghan war brought advances in battlefield medicine

When the last U.S. service member leaves Afghanistan, perhaps by early next month, America's longest war on foreign soil...

Navy says 32 ‘key reliability issues’ plague its littoral combat ship fleet

Navy says 32 ‘key reliability issues’ plague its littoral combat ship fleet

A Navy task force has identified almost three dozen key reliability issues in the service's beleaguered fleet of littoral...

Afghan army racing to recruit 1,500 troops to defend Bagram Airfield as US troops prepare to leave in 20 days

Afghan army racing to recruit 1,500 troops to defend Bagram Airfield as US troops prepare to leave in 20 days

The Afghan army has launched a recruitment drive to maintain Bagram Airfield as coalition troops prepare to depart the...

Taliban gains ground as two more Afghan districts fall to insurgents

Taliban gains ground as two more Afghan districts fall to insurgents

In further military gains since the official start of the withdrawal of the international troops, Taliban insurgents have captured...

‘Go For Broke’ Japanese American veterans get a postage stamp marking WWII service

‘Go For Broke’ Japanese American veterans get a postage stamp marking WWII service

Anh Do Los Angeles Times At 16, Don Miyada was wrenched from his family’s farm near Laguna Beach and sent to a prison...

Army radio operator from Pittsburgh received Medal of Honor for D-Day bravery

Army radio operator from Pittsburgh received Medal of Honor for D-Day bravery

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop The Tribune-Review, Greensburg John J. Pinder, Jr. landed on D-Day 77 years ago Sunday — June 6, 1944....

Cyberattacks on US targets are ‘here to stay,’ says US commerce secretary

Cyberattacks on US targets are ‘here to stay,’ says US commerce secretary

The JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colorado, was the victim of a cyberattack in 2020. (Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/TNS) New York...

U.S. Special Operations advances Bronco II aircraft from prototype to flying phase

U.S. Special Operations advances Bronco II aircraft from prototype to flying phase

The US Special Operations Command has chosen an aircraft to help operators out in austere environments- and it looks...

Biden to request Putin act against Russia’s ransomware criminals

Biden to request Putin act against Russia’s ransomware criminals

President Joe Biden will press President Vladimir Putin at their meeting this month to crack down on criminal hackers...

UN warns Taliban is looking to grab power as US departs Afghanistan

UN warns Taliban is looking to grab power as US departs Afghanistan

Members of Afghan security forces take their positions during an ongoing clash between Taliban and Afghan forces in Mihtarlam,...

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